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Dork: Eco Storage Solution For Small Appliances

05 Dec, 2019

Dork: Eco Storage Solution For Small Appliances

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Here at Superego, we love products that are made from recycled plastics.  There is enough plastic waste to go around and we commend companies that are doing their part to re-use it.  The Dork is an innovative new product made from recycled ocean plastics, and it is definitely something every household needs. We all have appliances with electrical cords that seem to get messy and tangled. Well, Dork consolidates the cords in order to save space and safely store appliances away. The Dork features: flexible plastic to accommodate different sized cables, different Pantone color ranges, curved edges to protect cables from damage, a clip to secure Dork to thin cables while cord is extended, a large opening to guide cables into place, closed design to create an uncluttered aesthetic, and injection moulded from collected ocean plastic.

The design is not only made from recycled plastic but is very chic and available in aqua, cherry and lemon colors (special edition ebony Dork is also available).  Dork is working with Oceanworks, the global marketplace for recycled ocean plastic materials and products, and has guaranteed recycled ocean plastics.  Even better, the Dork will be made with 100% recycled plastic.  So get your Dork today to help clean up your household as well as the Earth's oceans. Click HERE to check out their Kickstarter campaign and get great deals on the Dork early! 

 

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